The figures, released today, show that of the 14,585 Year R applications received from Hampshire residents, 98.4 per cent (14,350) have been offered a place at one of their three school choices. For Year 3 admissions, there was a 98.7 per cent success rate (7,777 out of 7,883).
For Year R admissions, 92.1 per cent (13,444) have been offered their top choice of school, rising to 97.1 per cent (7,656) for Year 3 admissions.
A Hampshire County Council spokesperson said: “As anticipated, there has been particularly high demand in some areas this year. We have worked with schools to increase their capacity, including a planned programme of school expansions. This has ensured that every Hampshire child has a school place, with the vast majority of children attending their local school.”